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HRH Prince William has taken part in a photo shoot for homeless charity Crisis.
He joined former rough sleeper Jeff Hubbard, who lived on the streets after the breakdown of his marriage several years ago. The pair took turns to pose and take pictures under the guidance of top fashion photographer Rankin at his North London studio.
Rankin said: "It was a big shock how natural he was when he picked up the camera. He was incredibly loose and comfortable and took my guidance and went with it." Prince William said: "The irony of being on the different end of the lens was not lost on me. It was an honour to be part of it and fun to work with Jeff."
Mr Hubbard, 53, of Hackney, East London, has had problems with drink and drugs in the past, but is now hoping to become a photographer. Following the "exhausting" shoot, he said: "I'm chuffed as I know I've captured something unique in my photos. I feel immensely proud. I faced up to an experience and did not run away."
A double picture of the pair will be unveiled next month at the Positive View exhibition in London, which is expected to raise £250,000 for Crisis.